FS: 2x ASUS GTX 950 STRIX 2GB (CA, 91789)

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  1. SPARTAN VI

    SPARTAN VI [H]ardness Supreme

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    All items are available for local pick-up in Los Angeles County, 91789. I will knock off $20 from the prices below for local pick-up.

    1. ASUS GTX 950 STRIX 2GB w/ Original Box - $120 shipped (SOLD)
    (Includes original box, CD, manual, and stickers)

    2. ASUS GTX 950 STRIX 2GB - $110 shipped (SOLD)
    (No accessories included)

    3. Take both + ASUS SLI bridge - $200 shipped (SOLD)
    Both GTX 950's were pulled from my wife's gaming rig, running in SLI, for nearly 2 years. Haven't had any issue playing any of the modern releases (Overwatch, Destiny 2, Andromeda) at 1080P w/ max (or near max) settings. Upgraded her so these need a new home.

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    Returns:

    Everything I sell has been tested and confirmed to be in excellent working condition. These parts have just been pulled from working configurations immediately prior to being listed for sale. I'll gladly accept returns and honor full refunds of DOA items up to 72 hours after buyer's receipt of the merchandise. Please thoroughly test and examine merchandise upon receipt for the smoothest possible transactions and remediation.

    If you have any questions about this policy, please PM or post your question here.

    If any issues arise during/after our deal, please contact me directly before leaving feedback. I'm always willing to work things out! :)
    Payment & Heatware:

    I accept cash (local-pick up), non-CC Paypal / Google Wallet
    Items are located in Walnut, California 91789
    Heatware is under SPARTAN VI
     
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  2. NoxTek

    NoxTek The Geek Redneck

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    Awesome cards, I wish I had the cash! I had been searching for HDMI 2.0 capable cards to have in case my current 1080 Strix dies.

    I love the Asus Strix / DirectCU II cards - very solid boards!
     
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    Straight up freaking steal with the GPU landscape as it is today. I'm stuck with my MSI GTX 950 until we land on Mars or at some point
     
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    mnewxcv [H]ardness Supreme

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    maybe someone can chime in, but do you know if all 4 ports can drive a 4k monitor each? I know it can do 4 simultaneous monitors, but not sure about the resolution.
     
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    Seriously! I don't even have computers that can run those and I'm tempted by the price. :wideyed:
     
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    Looks like it can drive four 4K displays: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/asus-geforce-gtx-950-strix-review,6.html

    The Video Engine

    GeForce GTX 950 has an updated display engine capable of supporting resolutions up to 5K with up to four simultaneous displays (including support for up to four 4K MST displays)​
     
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    Guarana [BAWLS] [H]ard|Gawd

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    Yes, I can confirm running 4K HDR on a 950, I had one myself doing it.
     
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    SPARTAN VI [H]ardness Supreme

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    He was asking if all 4 of its ports support 4K though. I haven't tested it (don't even have a single 4K display to test on, although DSR may be an option).

    (Edit) Both sold!
     
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